• Samsung opens up its proprietary mobile browser to all Android devices

    4 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    In a move that's sure to incite no small amount of confusion, Samsung announced that it's opening up its browser to non-Samsung Android phones. In a company blog post , Peter O'Shaughnessy - developer advocate for Samsung Internet - explained that anyone with an Android phone running 5.0 Lollipop or later will be able to sign up to beta test the Samsung Internet V6 app. The latest version of Samsung's web browser - which ships on all Samsung devices, alongside Google's Chrome browser - will provide features like quick access to content blockers and a high contrast mode. The Samsung browser...
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  • Outlook for Android gets the ability to edit your contacts

    Outlook for Android gets the ability to edit your contacts

    4 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Back in June, Microsoft announced that they are bringing contact management experience to Outlook Mobile apps. This feature is now available on Outlook Android app. Users can add to and edit contacts on Outlook.com and Office365 accounts. Support for Google contacts is also coming with the future update. To create a new contact in Outlook, [...]
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  • YouTube Kids Arrives on Android TV At Last

    YouTube Kids Arrives on Android TV At Last

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    YouTube Kids , YouTube's app that is designed specifically for kids with kid-friendly content, is now available on Android TV. Allowing your kids to browse through YouTube and find some kid-friendly content to watch, without their parents needing to be around. Prior to this, kids would need to use the standard YouTube app or Cast it from an Android smartphone. But now the YouTube Kids app is available for Android TV, which is great to see. YouTube Kids had recently made its way to a number of smart TVs that did not run Android TV, but now it's available for a much wider range of TV...
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  • Thanks, Samsung: Android's best mobile browser now available to all

    4 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Safari and Google Chrome are installed as default web browsers on most mobile devices. But there are other options - and Samsung's exclusive mobile browser is now available for all users of the most recent versions of Android.
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